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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'MM' 'If." f.* Hi> � ,tA' ,1, e ; ' i, RINGING UP FATHER" WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4>vAei 8 BY ^OUU"^-JEt^l^^ >COO LOOK SO CUeAN I WOOLOH'TKNOWJ piNe-6-Y T OF ---f 7v The Sport Page 'ilVon Only 5 Out of 127 Prizes 1_ In Imperial Rifle ^ Competition t; iljOltDON, Dac. 3.-(Canadian flBPMS �I�P*tcli from Renter's)-The ' : ilVittlonal Rifle Association has is-irtefl th� resulU of the 1918 iTUperial st cattiUeage Shield competition^. >'9%8m aaoh�^^t9fU(n shootiHK vifltb. - �^ininlatnre rifle, oii its own. raii�e> .In thft �eiilof;dl'�i�i9n. of^lWDys over IS, 888 tmaur ente1�a)^ �nd 575 titans entinsd .'in titJi,!vjimior dlria-, Ida; rwMieaang 13.widhhby3 In all. ^ prizes are presented by Lieut-Col Raymond W. Fennetl. South Africa. A-feature of the results in. the senior competiUdb was that most ot the leadSn* prises were won by Australia, The �excellence ot the musketry training of the . Australian cadets was very marked. Canada won in all, fire prises out'of a total of 127. The Resina C611�i^ate cadets won the 3lsi . abd 22nd prizes ' in the senior shoots .and 20th and 21st prizes in the-Jiinior and-'Special prizes for entering; several teams successively. Tlie' Kings CoUegiate jnatltnte cadet corps took the 62nd prize *in iftEs OP ALL SIZES yULCpiZED r KitnqriiaVHarwood Systan " & REPAIRINQ jWorlpnoa. All .^pcdlal Bqnl^-[R^^(^.'I(ii|w(ra.^. the settlor competition. Of the remaining prices Great Britain tooic 57, including the ju-. nior shield; Australia .47, including the senior shield; New Zealand, 11; South'Africa, 6; Canada, 5, and AVest Indies; one, , , . . ... / IK^Vlli ad^s^^ou-reihe oare; of yoiv relator .an^' do ^aod work-If repairs are needed iit a .mtalmain coat. �4 ANDY "The' Radfatoff! Man" '4� Fffth Straet-South Avto Riepair Work HANDLED/.PROMPTLY AND 'CAREl^UtLY TORAOK ' ACCESSORIES Central Garage c PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor, 3rd St. & 4th AvjBn'ue 8., Lethbridge ,W. H. DOWCING W. 8. COOK NBW YORK. � Dec. 3^-Complete amalgamation of Itbe National and American Trotting Associations can UQt h said. He pointed out that there, were only about 40 or ;E0 one^ mile tracks in the conntry, >wlule there were 1,500 half-mile' tracks. A revival of interest in racing events was predicted from the reactio.Q from the strain ot the war. DIESOFIULUENZA in the Hera'-!) Barons, Dec. 3.'-News has Just been received of/the death from influenza of Orvilltf Rutledge, the well-known southpaw pitcher of the Barons Baseball tea'm. He was married only \a few months ago. � ' ]8,U;MJ.0FA. President Biggs to Have Two Oppbnents - Otfier Nominations SlJOOFORPlinER HE, WILL NEVER! box AGAIN SERVICE STATION ^tfittion, Motorists ' TTauT' batiery needs very carets attention'during - the cold iweathpr.,.;;, 1^^^ Service ;';;::-^j;Depiuimeiit' j Jaiid .iif|k'^5wlU send for your bat-' tery -atore same during the wintar>|#t reasonable rates at ISouir v^jpit^date Battery Station, 'ttil Titi'Street 8. Phone 618 "LIttIa Jl^lke" Marciaa, 3an .Fran-ciioo : Fuglliat, After Fighting : hfuna, Has No Regrets From all appearances. It was just an or4in#T7'Soldier strolling about the ^bby;; of the New York union stktion. He had one hand in his ovlarooat pocket. On one sleeve was a gold stripe, designating he hadr seen overseas service, and od: the oUvsr a stripe designating he had been wouq^ed. Eventually he sat down on one of the long benches. Next to him was stranger. They engaged in a conversation, much to the soldier's delight. He was Private Richard Mar-aiaa of the United States army, on the way to hi^ home In San Francisco, where he was better known to the fistlq foUowers as "Little Mike." "My company was in the thickest of the battle of Chateau Thierry," he skid. "And the'way we used our bayonets was commented on all over France. They have to give it to the French and Americans when it comes to beautiful bayonet work." Young Marciaa rose' to his feet and began illustrating crafty bayonet work, whpn the stranger noticed one sleeve appearing too long. Reaching out and feeling It, the atraqger found the sleeve empty from the el-how. down. ''A piece of metal with a German brand on it did that," he said. "Little Mike," about five feet three inches tall, was making a reputation for himself at San Francisco as a prizefighter when the war'came. Walter .J. Travis, America's "grauci old- maV'''ot golf, played his old-time rival. Findlay S. Douglas,:-the other day to help swell ihi ^united war work (sunpaign fund. After the matrfi he sold his famous putter to the highest bidder for JlTpO, the money going toi.the fund. ' . . This Is the  highest--priced club in the world. T&iis also.jone of the'most famous, for IfcMvas wltli this; xlub that Travis acconipllsfied, the^most remarkable feat accreUited to any American'golfer when he putted his way to' .victory " ijii^^he' British araa-tenr champiorfshlp in 1904. �jThe shape of, this putter-called the "Schenectady putter"-rwas new to the English,,and it might be added that TravlsV wjzardly wb'rk on the greens was also. . Ahyw;ay,5, his victory over the beat^; aalfers;' la Enfeland and Scotland on the historic Sandwich course so startled the Britishers that'they barred the "Schnec tady putter" as Ill^al; Travis' club was made- with ' the ' ahiaft fitting in the center of,the'head,.ihsteatl of the usual "goose neck" fashion. It was by the merest chince that this particular club won fame-and fortune. It, seems that on ; the day pre\^ious to' the .British champljpnr ship Travis was practicing in miserable forb and felt that he didn't [jhave a chaice. , An. American friend, "who was-watching him feaye him this putter late on the evehlhg before, the 'match, ^-ilh till suggestion that Travis might "come back". Tvlth it. He did. ..�["ilU'Jf ANO CCSr _______MEN AND FARMERS ^'.jtWe'Oo Contract Hebutlding and Overhaul any Five Passenger Car ^ E>�ONEY BACK. ICE'A CU8rOMEF|PARt- Garage, 2nd Ave. raven-tAUtomotive engineers London Combination Arsenal 0, West Ham United 2. Chelsea 2, Tottenham 5. i Crystal Palace 0, Brentford i, MiUwall 1, Clapton 1. Queen's Park Rangers 0, Fulham 3. Midland Section Birmingham 7, Bar.asley 0. Bradford City 0;^Sheffleld United 0. Grimsby 4, Bradford 0. Huddersfleld 0, Notts Forest 0, Lincoln 0, Hull 2. Notts County 1, Leicester 0. Rotherham 1, Coventry 1. Sheffield Wednesday 0, Leeds 2. , Lancashire Section -Blackburn Rovers 0, Stockport 4. Bolton Wanderers 3,' Manchester ' United 1. Bverton 6, Blackpool 0. Manche.3ter City 2; Burnley 1, Oldham 0, Liverpool 2. Buralem 2, Southport 0. ' Preston 0, Stoke 1, .Rochdale 0, Bury 2. Scottish League ** GLASGOW, Dec. 2.-Following are Clydebank 1, Ayr 3. Falkirk 1, Morton 2. ? qibemlans 3, Clyde J, , ? Kilmarnock 0, Motberjvell 2. ? Other games postitoned owing to fog. London Results LONDO.V, Deo; ;"2;-Scheduled Jiov ? theni Union. rugbygamoB, played' Sat- NOBLBFORD, Dec. 3.-The nomination meeting for the council for the coming year was held in the K. P. hall last night,, the returning offlcury H.^liej^er, presiding. Only thrdo.nom-ination papers were turned in, C. S. Nbble, F..W. Hunt and J. Harris, who were all declared duly elected. These tfairee were all on the old council and the progressive program whlcli was commenced in the spring will be coi^-tinued.' Two'more cases ot 'flu have developed in the village and the Health Board'are still taking .^11 precautions. The' school, church and all meetings are still on the prohibited list, though ah'account of Sunday being a. National Thanksgiving Day, tb^y allowed-the dhurch'. to hold its morning service. During the past week two deaths have occurred in our district, Mrs. Peters and Mr; QUinsey having passed away from the dread illness. Sunday mornin^, in positions, by > that tlmf the i labo 31st/nsxtV- All tiros this season's stock. Mu�t make room.for gprlng'^shlp-ment.i Al) the standard makes and sizes ' including our'opecial Di^monff Squeegee. This Is your opportunity. Display at oiir ahow room. �� ..' BAALIM MOTOR Co. i .-'i iV.'jV ' BACK OF UNION B/I'K L-'eAVE YOllR OLD TIRES AND TUBE^IlibuR RED CROSS/BOX 2910??0164 06447579 357?84 80627318 ;